Roy Butin (born Logan, Ohio, October 30, 1877 – died Los Angeles, August 15, 1943) was an American recording artist in the early 20th Century, known for his playing of the Harp guitar. He recorded more than a dozen early cylinder and 78rpm records. From at least 1906 to 1916, he performed as one half of The Olivotti Troubadours with Michael Banner. Artists he recorded with also included Samuel Siegel, Valentine Abt, and W. Eugene Page.
Contrary to popular belief, he was not part of the Ossman-Dudley Trio, which featured Vess Ossman on banjo, Audley Dudley on mandolin and George Dudley on harp guitar.
- Estellita waltz (with Samuel Siegel)
- American valor march (with Samuel Siegel)
- In Fairyland (with Samuel Siegel)
- Sweet memories (with Valentine Abt)
- Manzanillo (with Valentine Abt)
- Artist's valse (with Valentine Abt)
- Evening star (with Valentine Abt)
- Barcarolle (with Valentine Abt)
- Fantasie (with Valentine Abt)
- Polka scherzo (with W. Eugene Page)
Other recordings include:
- Gavotte Caprice (with Samuel Siegel on mandolin) 1909
- Sugar Plum (with Samuel Siegel on mandolin) 1909
- Carnival of Venice (the Ollivotti Troubadours: Michael Banner, violin and Roy H. Butin, (harp) guitar) 1909
- Waltz (Waltz Caprice)(with Samuel Siegel on mandolin) 1909
- Mobile Prance (with W. Eugene Page on mandolin) 9/21/1909
- Polka Scherzo (with W. Eugene Page on mandolin) 9/21/1909
- Gregg Miner. "Roy Butin, Revealed!". Retrieved 2014-07-20.
- Gregg Miner. "George Dudley, America's Most Famous Unknown Harp Guitarist". Retrieved 2015-04-11.
- Victor Records. "Roy Butin (instrumentalist : harp-guitar)!". Retrieved 2014-07-20.